Posts Tagged: Jay-Z

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Jay-Z Becomes Investment Partner and Spokesperson For Duracell Powermat

(AllHipHop News) Rapper, mogul, and newly anointed father, Jay-Z, has signed a multi-year deal with Duracell to be the face of their new product, the wirelessly charging Duracell Powermat JV. The announcement was made earlier this week in Las Vegas, where the 2012 International CES Tradeshow is currently taking place and Duracell, alongside Powermat, are debuting their… Read more »

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Hip-Hop Rumors: Taiwanese Animation Recaps How Jay-Z Baby Security Kept Man From Seeing His Infants?!!

Hova runs things. Don’t y’all know that by now??? There’s already been a well-publicized New York Post rumor floating around  today that Jay-Z’s top-notch security at New York City’s Lenox Hill Hospital kept a man from seeing his own premature, infant babies. Now, we don’t always believe everything we read in the Post, but it seems… Read more »

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TM103: The Documentary Featuring Young Jeezy Screens in Atlanta

(AllHipHop News) Young Jeezy has never been shy when it comes to talking about his life. Yet, with TM103: The Documentary, Jeezy bares his heart, life, and soul at the feet of the industry, but foremost, the streets. Last night (December 1) in Atlanta at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema, Young Jeezy screened his new… Read more »

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Jay-Z Talks Not Repeating The Sins of His Father

(AllHipHop News) Jay-Z, recently named one of GQ’s “Men of the Year,” attended the 16th annual party held to celebrate the honor this past Friday night in West Hollywood along with his pregnant wife, Beyonce. The Hip-Hop power couple is expecting their first child in February. At the party, Jay-Z spoke to People magazine, reflecting… Read more »

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Jay-Z Pulls Rocawear “Occupy All Streets” Shirts From Store

(AllHipHop News) Jay-Z Rocawear Clothing company has removed its “Occupy All Streets” t-shirts from their website, after criticism surround the shirt, which was a take on “Occupy Wall Street.” The t-shirts were apparently removed in response to critics who accused the rap mogul of trying to profit off of the “Occupy Wall Street” policital movement…. Read more »

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